Photography is about telling powerful stories. Investing your time in travel photography can be one of the best things you can do for yourself .
Our photographs need to bring those sensations back, to trigger our memories, and to communicate how we felt to others. To do this, we need to think and feel as much as look when setting out to make photographs.
Here are some of our travel photography tips for anyone who shares a love for travel and to capture some amazing pictures to preserve those memories.
1) Research the location
For travel photography, the most important thing is preparation and research.Just as you spend time researching about best hotels and restaurants, you should also know best spots and even the most off-the-beaten-track locations for taking pictures.
Getting in-depth information about how to access difficult areas for photography and what time of year is best to go becomes extremely important to make a good picture story.
2) Get up early
The best light to capture most kinds of subjects is in the golden hours- one hour after sunrise and one hour before sunset (depend of course on where you are on the globe). So get up early to get that amazing photo to brighten your day just like the morning rays.
3) Get great silhouettes at sunset
Shooting a brilliant sunset is something we all do on holiday. Sometimes, though they don’t quite turn out quite as we saw them. A great way to improve sunsets is to silhouette a distinctive subject, such as with chariot in the golden backlit in our example.
Go outside and get lost in the city. Take your map and put it in your bag. Find an area to visit and see what you happen to stumble upon. It may be the most beautiful thing that you have ever seen in your life. Maybe that trail leads to an overlook of the ocean that no one has ever captured photographs of before. Don’t forget to try local.
You may be trying to find a way to keep your trip memories alive because each is remarkable in its own way.Customizable photo albums created online are everyone’s favorite way to remember travels. It’s a great way to be organized and creative with vacation photos. It beats storing pictures in shoe boxes or memory cards. They can also be shared with family and friends online. Kids love looking through photo books and one of the best ways to engage kids is to give them a camera to capture their experiences from their perspective. Their work of art can also be published into photo books as wonderful keepsakes.
So, tell the world about your discoveries and your stories by tagging your travelling photos.Use #Photojaanic and show the new-reborn you or tweet us @photojaanic as we are looking for photos that tell creative stories, amaze, inspire and delight.